Google+ now has over 90 million members... and has achived this in only a few moths! You need to be there are be one of the pioneers.

Google+ allows for business pages, like Facebook does. Here are 5 quick tips on how you can use Google+ for Business Pages.

You Can +1 a Page to Show Support or Add Them to Your Circles

You already love some brands and businesses. Others you may want to show a quick note of support, but not see all their updates. So just drop a little +1 and keep going, or add a page to any circle you want. You're in control.

No Google+ Page Can Follow You Until You Follow Them

Google+ is a place you can share. Pages cannot circle you until you follow them first. Of course, if you are in their circles, they can share great deals, exclusive coupons, product tips and hangouts, but the relationship is yours to start.

Google+ Pages Can't Even Mention You Unless You're Connected

That's right. The Google+page can't even say your name unless you're following. No +mention spam.

Google+ Pages Automatically Unfollow You If You Unfollow Them

If you remove a Google+ Page from your circles, you are automatically removed from their circles. You always are in charge.

You Can Find Google+ Pages In Google Search

With a new feature called Direct Connect, just type + followed by the brand name in Google Search, and you can see pages automatically display. Type +Pepsi to see Pepsi, and +Dell for Dell. It's that easy.

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